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it up on "the tonight show." the los angeles crowd appearing to approve of mr. cruz's opposition to obama care and other issues. >> jobs, economic growth and in particular obama care. obama care is the biggest job killer in this country. you know it's interesting the -- [ applause ] >> let me ask you -- >> i'm a big believer in health care reform. i think we ought to reform health care so it's personal, portable, affordable. we ought to empower patients rather than government bureaucrats getting between you and your doctor. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. you're a likely candidate. >> how about that? david mammett is a rare conservative in hollywood and author of "3 war stories." he won a tony nomination for "glen gary glen ross" and "speed the plow" and "wag the dog." what a pleasure to have you here. is hollywood getting conservative? >> no. it's not. >> what's happening on "the tonight show"? is it just obama care or did they have a few pops before they went over that night? >> that's ted cruz and the people in the audience, god bless them. >> those are real people. >> well,
was attempting to say in the introfor third graders," yes we can" which is the story of the janitor string los angeles and i want tries to help students answer the question how can we work together as a community to stand up for our rights. i mean, to some on the right those are code words for how can we unionize, how can we organize, how can we challenge employers and so on. these touch on issues that get debated every day in our politics and our lives. >> you know there's an appropriate way to approach politics in schools and maybe it's not even appropriate for a third grade audience. the trouble here is that teachers unions are one of the last vestiges of an employment system from the 1950s that does not value market based or merit based principles, instead sees teachers as a cog in the wheel. the american federation of teachers uses the word solidarity in a way we would have heard in the early 1900s. they come from an ideological background that's out of sync with our times. when we hear of these things cropping up so it's not hard to find so i wonder how many more of them are out there t
, in los angeles if you get your insurance on the california exchange, you cannot go to cedar sinai. and in seattle, the children's hospital is off limits. listen. >> those nonunique services at children's are more expensive. and if we included those in the network, it would mean higher rates for our customers on the health care coverage they have. >> seattle children's hospital says it's more expensive because it treats gravely ill children and even simple procedures are complicated. children's hospital is now suing the washington insurance commissioner to get back into the exchange. >> there comes a point if you start denying access to care that you can hurt children and children's health and that's what we believe is at risk here. >> and for the family of the 4-year-old declan, a severe hemophiliac and they say children's hospital has been a lifesaver. here's his mom. >> none of the marketplace plans have children in network provider, we simply won't go to them. we'll choose to stay with our current provider, paying more than what we could be paying. >> so the insurance companies
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